Author: Andrew Felts

As the Communications & Public Relations Manager at Visit Mobile, Andrew actively promotes the iconic destination to international and domestic media. When he's not hosting a press trip around the city, you are likely to find him at community events or traveling and exploring various cultures and cuisine.

Mobile, Ala. (April 1, 2022)Visit Mobile, the city’s convention and visitors bureau, celebrates the extraordinary leadership of David Clark, president & CEO, on his fifth year anniversary.


Mobile, Ala (March 31, 2022) — Joining dozens of cities across the state, Visit Mobile has put together free walking tours every Saturday in April for locals and visitors alike. Tours will begin at 10

Mobile, Ala. (March 21, 2022) — Visit Mobile is excited to announce the promotion and hiring of several team members.

“We are thrilled to have and add so many seasoned professionals to the already

Mobile, Ala. (March 15, 2022)Visit Mobile, the city’s convention and visitors bureau, is thrilled to announce the launch of a brand new website, Visit Mobile is partnering with


First Cruise Ship to Sail from Port of Mobile in Nearly Two Years;
Line Announces Carnival Spirit Will Bring New Cruise


Mobile’s Tourism Success Honored at Alabama Governor’s Conference on Tourism

Mobile, Ala (Jan. 7, 2022) — Several Mobile area organizations and individuals were honored at the

Extraordinary dishes and delectable libations are the hallmarks of any memorable travel experience, and Mobile, Alabama, offers just that. Our wide variety of unique, locally owned establishments

The Best of Fall & Winter | Unique Offsite Events

Thursday, September 30, 2021 9:00 AM by Andrew Felts

As the city that was Born to Celebrate, we always find a reason to have a good time in Mobile! From the annual Dauphin Street Beer Fest to letting the good times roll in the birthplace of America’s

One Tank Trip to Mobile, Alabama

Wednesday, July 21, 2021 12:00 PM by Andrew Felts

There is no greater place to experience the most diverse food, music, culture, and history in the United States than along the Gulf Coast. For those of us in the New Orleans Metro Area, that just